Sleight of Hand Winery in Walla Walla is fun, eclectic and a music lovers dream!
The winery has a cool, funky, fun vibe that is unlike any winery we have toured before. You will want to give yourself ample time to visit this fun winery especially if you love music!
The turntable is kicking with old school records playing everything you can imagine!
Trey Busch the winemaker is a bit of a Pearl Jam fan. Ok that might be a little to modest to describe his love and passion for Pearl Jam. This love carries into the winery and atmosphere!
The winery was even named after a Pearl Jam song!
The winery produces approximately 7500 cases of wine annually. They produce a European style Rose along with their other vintages.
You can find their secondary label Renegade at Fred Myers and QVC Grocery Stores.
The Archimage is sold mainly at the winery and is a combination of their best grapes.
Sleight of Hand is the perfect winery to end your wine tasting day at. The music, relaxed setting and chill vibe is a great way to end a perfect day of wine tasting. You can relax on the front porch and enjoy a glass of their fantastic wines.
During our visit we were lucky enough to see them foot crushing grapes the old fashion way. I must say this is a lot more work than I imagined it to be. The guys crushing the grapes were getting a serious work out and purple feet to go along with it.
Sleight of Hand still foot stomps 1/3 of their grapes for their Syrah!
2012 is an epic year for their wines so make sure and grab a bottle during your visit!
Sleight of Hand Cellars is located at 1959 JB George RD, Walla Walla, WA 99362
Tasting Room hours Thur-Mon 11-5 from April through December 5th. By appointment as well.
email – info@SofHcellars.com